How to Extinguish a Fire?


Cut off the oxygen. Suffocate it. Use water or dirt. Or cover it completely with something so that no oxygen can get to it, and it will go out.
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Dry chemical fire extinguishers can be labeled "DC, meaning dry chemical. They also sometimes are labeled ABC or BC after the class of fire they extinguish. ABC dry extinguishers
1. Put a mask over your face. Then slide on a pair of plastic gloves. Remember that you are about to clean up a chemical. It may not be toxic, but the chemical can cause irritations
Class A fire extinguishers put out fires involving everyday materials such as wood, paper, cardboard and some plastics. A numerical rating on the side lets you know how much water
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